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[texts]The seat of government of the United States. A review of the discussions ... on the site and plans of the federal city; with a sketch of its present position and prospects; also, remarks on monumental structures and the Smithsonian Institution. Read (in part) before the New York and Maryland Historical Societies - Viator, 1818-1874

Keywords: Washington (D.C.) -- History; United States -- Capital and capitol
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[texts]The founding of Washington City : with some considerations on the origin of cities and location of national capitals ; an address read before the Maryland Historical Society, May 12th, 1879 - Spofford, Ainsworth Rand, 1825-1908

Keywords: Capitals (Cities); Washington (D.C.) -- History; United States -- Capital and capitol
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[texts]Retrocession act of 1846 ... Letter from Hannis Taylor to Thomas H. Carter ... rendering an opinion as to the constitutionality of the act .. - Taylor, Hannis, 1851-1922

Keywords: Washington (D.C.) -- Area; Alexandria (Va.) -- History; United States -- Capital and capitol; Arlington County (Va.) -- History
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[texts]Development of the United States Capital. Addresses delivered in the auditorium of the United States Chamber of Commerce Building, Washington, D.C., at meetings held to discuss the development of the national capital. April 25-26, 1929 - United States. President (1929-1933 : Hoover)
The remaking of the national capital. Address of A.W. Mellon.--Washington, the city beautiful. Address of Herbert Hoover.--Appropriations for public buildings. Address of Reed Smoot.--Congress and the nation's capital. Address of R.N. Elliott.--Making a capital city. Address of M.B. Medary.--Origin of the plan of 1901. Address of Charles Moore.--The architecture of the capital. Address of E.H. Bennett.--The municipal center...
Keywords: Public buildings -- Washington (D.C.); United States -- Capital and capitol; Washington (D.C.) -- Description and travel
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